When pasting becomes tedious, check out the Clipboard history feature. It saves 25 items, so you can copy from document to document and app to app with less effort.
Everyone, even your grandma (I’m a great-grandma) knows how to the use the Clipboard to copy and paste content. It’s such a fundamental part of using a PC that one hardly thinks about it—it’s second nature. As helpful as it is, it’s limited to saving one item at a time when using the keyboard shortcuts Ctrl + C and Ctrl + V. In this article, I’ll show you how to make the most of the Office and Windows Clipboard features, which store as many as 24 items, so you work a bit more efficiently.
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